Title A Study on the Characteristics of Space Improvement Requests through the Analysis of the Project Application of the School Space Innovation Project for National affiliated School
Authors 허성회(Heo, Seong-Hoe) ; 이화룡(Lee, Hwa-Ryong) ; 김경률(Kim, Kyeong-Ryul) ; 박민근(Park, Min-Geun)
DOI https://doi.org/10.5659/JAIK.2021.37.10.43
Page pp.43-50
ISSN 2733-6247
Keywords Improvement of school space; School space innovation; Participatory design; National affiliated schools; Improvement requirements
Abstract Existing school facilities becomes unsuitable for the future education environment with the advent of the 4th industrial revolution. In order to overcome these problems, the school space innovation project based on user participation design has prevailed since 2019. This study aims to analyze the project application of 13 national affiliated schools and analyze the users' requirements for the school space innovation project to understand the problems of the current school space and the types and characteristics of the improvement requirements. This study has finally discovered that the need for school space innovation was raised due to the limitation of the learning space that is not suitable for the changed curriculum, and space restructuring is an urgent task to solve the problems of lack of learning space, reduced space utilization, and uniform space. was understood as fter the improvement, the ratio of area to user's required space showed a different trend depending on the teaching method in elementary, middle, and high schools. The increase or decrease of a specific space when changing the use of a room showed a change in the demand for space according to the change of the educational environment. As a result of analyzing detailed user requirements, restructuring of space, improvement of facilities, and improvement of functions for each space were required in a complex manner. Therefore the direction of school space innovation should be restructured to fit the educational environment of the 4th industrial age and converted into a comprehensive design system that considers all environments and functions.